07 August 2012 16:18 [Source: ICIS news]
June's decline came after a revised 0.7% increase in May from April.
June’s domestic orders were down by 2.1%, the ministry said. Orders from outside the eurozone rose by 0.6%.
On a two-month sequential comparison – May/June vis-a-vis March/April –
The ministry said that overall second-quarter orders were slightly above first-quarter levels. However, even though orders had stabilised, current order patterns were showing no clear trends, it added.
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